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He probably stands outside on street corners 12 hours a day holding up a sign "Any little bit helps" before returning to his box in an alley. On his breaks he spends a dollar an hour at an internet cafe to post messages on random websites.
I don't know, because I don't actually know who Thewayitis actually is, but if I had to speculate I'd say he probably turns tricks on the corner for lonely midgets. Until I see proof against this though, I can't make any other conclusion.